29 Sep 2020 - Anti-corruption protest against Prime Minister Netanyahu in front of the Knesset, Israeli house of elected. Hundreds of vehicles climbed their way to Jerusalem - for the last day in which protests are legal in Israel. During the protest an update to the covid-19 certification act was made - which calls that protests would only be allowed 1k away from the citizens residence. This act, which was explained as an emergency covid 19 act - is mostly limiting the rights of the non-orthodox society in Israel during a wave of massive protests in front of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s residen

29 Sep 2020 - Anti-corruption protest against Prime Minister Netanyahu in front of the Knesset, Israeli house of elected. Hundreds of vehicles climbed their way to Jerusalem - for the last day in which protests are legal in Israel. During the protest an update to the covid-19 certification act was made - which calls that protests would only be allowed 1k away from the citizens residence. This act, which was explained as an emergency covid 19 act - is mostly limiting the rights of the non-orthodox society in Israel during a wave of massive protests in front of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s residen Stock Photo
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Matan Golan / Alamy Stock Photo

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7360 x 4912 px | 62.3 x 41.6 cm | 24.5 x 16.4 inches | 300dpi

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29 September 2020

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Israel, Jerusalem. Knesset house of elected

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29 Sep 2020 - Anti-corruption protest against Prime Minister Netanyahu in front of the Knesset, Israeli house of elected. Hundreds of vehicles climbed their way to Jerusalem - for the last day in which protests are legal in Israel. During the protest an update to the covid-19 certification act was made - which calls that protests would only be allowed 1k away from the citizens residence. This act, which was explained as an emergency covid 19 act - is mostly limiting the rights of the non-orthodox society in Israel during a wave of massive protests in front of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s resident while waiting for his trial for corruption, fraud and breach of trust. It was named - the last legal protest in the falling democracy in Israel.

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